Japanese Style Lunch Boxes
Established in 2004, Katachiware specialise in importing and distributing Japanese style melamine products throughout Australia. With our office located in Melbourne, Victoria, we offer efficient and reliable service and guarantee high quality products at competitive prices.
Bento is not a recent invention. The first mention of bento style lunches was in 1185 when a process of making dried cooked rice became popular.
The rice was stored in a traditional box which was kept to eat later. The word Bento means convenient and typically includes a small portion of a home packed
meal which is quite common in Japanese culture. A traditional bento box holds rice, fish or meat, pickled foods or cooked vegetables and usually
served in a square shaped container. Katachiware stocks a wide range of Japanese Style Tableware and Accessories.